Buddy Buddy is a new brand of nut butters and almond milk from Belgium. Their branding was done by firm Futura, and shows a great sense of playfulness and fun, while remaining deeply modern and established looking.
We love the idea behind these Soapbottles, which completely ditch the plastic for a soap-enclosed product.
Apeel is hoping to help solve the food waste problem, with a non-toxic, plant-based solution that's applied directly to the fruit or vegetable, keeping them fresh for at least twice as long as they normally would.
Design studio PriestmanGoode has a clever and good-looking collection of in-cabin service trays, containers and cups that eliminate wasteful plastic.
This clever Heinz Ketchup bottle design aims to solve the trickery of getting ketchup out of their glass bottles.
Paper artist Lee Ji-hee knows a thing or two about creating entire scenes out of nothing more than two dimensional sheets. We're fans of their latest project, an entire farmers market collection made of paper.
Great nostalgia release by Sodastream, bringing the 1990s back with their limited edition "Tori" sparkling water maker.
Is canned drinking water the stepping stone away from single-use plastic bottles?
These elegant and fanciful shampoo and bath product containers are, themselves, made from soap, resulting in an eco-friendly, and meta product line.
Apple's Chief Design Officer, Sir Jony Ive, has stepped down from his role at the tech giant, marking the end of an era of design-thinking, and cutting-edge industrial design.
Biopack's clever packaging contains seeds, allowing the decomposing material to actually grow new life when it's finished.
In the classic style of Caravaggio and Monet, we see still lifes of food and drink, but they've been updated to reflect the absurdity of our current plastic age.
Magic Spoon aims to bring the fun back to breakfast, with a line of sweetened cereals that are much healthier than your childhood versions.
Long before plastic, markets and food stalls were resourceful with their packaging, using natural materials to bundle and hold things together. Now that the global plant epidemic has resonated, we see some grocery stores in Asia starting to revert to these clever, …